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The Rapparees

The Portico of Ards, Meetinghouse Street, Portaferry, County Down, BT22 1LE
The Rapparees

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The Rapparees are celebrating their 20th year touring, performing and producing folk music.

The Rapparees are marking the occasion in style with a series of concerts that explore and reflect upon their journey so far.

The Rapparees music in its infancy has been described as "irresistibly rough arsed", twenty years on the band still subscribe to the same school of thought and tell the story of there music with conviction, belief and an irresistible energy.

This series of concerts will highlight the songs from all four previous albums, re-jigged and brought back to life, as well as songs and tunes that represent where the band are now.

Come along old friends, fans and curious music lovers for a celebration of great Irish Folk music.

Presented in association with Ards and North Down Borough Council.

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